Hi, Could you please elaborate on how battle of slots are operated and how any revenue, profit, expenses, marketing, and promotions related to this business model affects an affialte with customers in their revenue share plan? I think this topic needs more discussion as this is not operated in the traditional casino format and more of a poker room tournament and song format being played. I am sure you have invested a lot for it to be where it is now, but who are funding these promotions for example free tickets awarded, covering for your guaranteed prize pool, money invested in technology, operating expenses etc... I feel like a lot of affiliate earning are being directly compromised for your vision of growing this product without even knowing and a lot of it has to do with why you have been trying to hide the details of it. This basically started as you are trying to hide the stats from affiliates. I also remembered that when it first began I was awarded like crazy for every battle I enter I would receive a 5 euro free entry ticket to the next event. This comes directly out of our profit with nothing to gain for. Since you guys are acting as an operator in this scenario revenue gained by this model should not be charged with any fees from operators but how are we so sure if nothing is transparent during this period? -> Could you please give us an example of an affiliate earning if he has just one customer and the customer deposits and play only on your battle of slots product. -> Are we profiting on casino earnings of tournament fees that players participate and how do we know? -> Are these even calculated into our earnings or are day just like your live casino product where we do not receive any commission on player loses. -> If we are not making anything on this and this god for your live casino product as well why should we pay for bank fees and operating expenses for funds deposited and used on these products and how do we know and how are you able to allow us to be comfortable not thinking we are paying for something that does nothing to our advantage at all? Also battle of slots alone can be split into 3 categories the multiplayer field battles, sit and go battles, and free roll mutiplayer field and sit and go battles. In terms or profit and loss, only your sit and go format would be profitable whenever a customer participates. The free roll battles that you run all day 24/7 plus the expenses you spend on growing this product is hard to go by without thinking where these money comes from as it's hard not to recognize the ridiculously frequent and amount of free tickets awarded gets by without any thought of how fair it is for affiliates.